Appointed and Elected

Supporting Research, Training, and Education

 

The Trust Fund is administered by a Board of Administrative Trustees, of which some members are appointed by the Board of The Arc of Washington State and others are elected by the Trust Fund Board from throughout the Pacific Northwest.

 
Thomas Schulte

President

Thomas Schulte and his wife, Martha, have been advocates for the intellectually and developmentally disabled since the birth of their severely challenged son, Nathan, in North Carolina in 1981.  In 1988 they were named Parent/Volunteers of the year by The Arc of North Carolina. 

Dr. Schulte is retired from a 30 year career as a senior executive developing medical devices, particularly in the infectious disease diagnostics area.  He holds a B.A. in Biochemistry from the Univ. of Wisconsin, a Ph.D. in Biochemistry from the Univ. Colorado Medical Center, and was a post-doctoral fellow in Pathology at the Yale University School of Medicine.

Dr. Schulte is currently serving as President of The Arc of Washington Trust Fund.

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James Russell

Treasurer

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Terry Price

Board Member

Terry J. Price is the Executive Director of the University of Washington School of Law Asian Law Center and Center for Law, Science and Global Health.  He has a Masters of Social Work from Smith College School for Social Work and a J.D. from the University of Washington School of Law. 

He teaches Family Law, Legal Issues at the Beginning of Life and Mental Health and Law, in addition to his administrative work.  Prior to joining the law school, He was Senior Policy Counsel to the Washington House of Representatives Democratic Caucus, where he advised members of the House Judiciary, Public Safety and Early Learning and Children’s Services committees.

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Eugene Aisenberg

Vice President

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Brandi Monts

Secretary

Brandi has a life-long personal connection to developmental disabilities, as well as several years of work experience in the IDD field.

Her previous positions include residential services, supported employment, transition from school to work, teaching, and county government.

Realizing her commitment to the disability field early in her education, Brandi earned a BA in Social Work from the University of Washington and later went on to obtain a Master in Public Administration, with a focus on Public Policy at The Evergreen State College.

She’s currently a Director of Training and Technical Assistance at Wise, a non-profit organization based out of Seattle, WA.

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Lance Evans

Board Member

Lance Evans and his wife, Kathy, have been advocates for the intellectually and developmentally disabled since the birth of their severely challenged son, Bradley, in Florida in 1983.  Unfortunately, their special angel passed away in October 2017 after 34 years with them. 

Dr. Evans is retired from a 38-year career as an electrical engineer and executive manager developing avionics products, of particular note the air-to-air collision avoidance system, TCAS.  He holds a B.S., M.S. and D.E. in Electrical Engineering from Tulane University in New Orleans.